Tag: Drunk Driver

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month
April 20, 2021

Our attorneys are all too familiar with the devastating effects of alcohol abuse. In recent years, our team has recovered more than $32 million dollars for victims of drunk driving.

Yarborough Applegate Obtains Key Court Ruling in Wrongful Death and Dram Shop Case
November 12, 2020

In a dram shop case stemming from a deadly July 4, 2019, hit-and-run in which a drunk driver hit a cyclist, Yarborough Applegate attorneys Liam Duffy and David Yarborough recently obtained a key court ruling on behalf of the cyclist’s family.

Insurance Company Pays $950,000 After Mishandling Claim
May 29, 2020

After leaving a birthday party, a driver who admitted to consuming high gravity beers ran into our client who was riding a moped. Yarborough Applegate partner David Lail was able to negotiate a $950,000 settlement on our client’s behalf from the insurance company, despite the drunk driver only carrying a minimum limits liability policy. “South Carolina […]

Yarborough Applegate reaches $2M settlement for writer in drunk driving accident
May 30, 2018

South Carolina Lawyers Weekly recently reported on a $2M settlement reached for a victim of a drunk driving accident on I-95. The crash occurred in May of 2016 and the victim, Douglas Mincey of Bluffton, was represented by David Yarborough, David Lail, and Kenneth Berger of Columbia. During the crash, Mincey hit his head on […]

Cyclist Hit By Drunk Driver
$3 Million Settlement for Cyclist Killed By Drunk Driver
October 10, 2016

Our client, a friendly, health-conscious, respected construction worker, was riding his bicycle home from work when he was struck and instantly killed by a drunk driver. After fleeing the accident, the driver, who was using his company’s vehicle, was apprehended by police and charged with felony DUI. An investigation revealed that the driver was under […]

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